Pleather Him: 4 Examples of BDSM Inspired Fashion

The BDSM world is known for being dark, kinky and erotic. Since 50 Shades of Gray hit the scene, everyone wants to get their taste of this taboo world. Even if you have no desire to be tied up or spanked, incorporating the multifaceted lifestyle into your wardrobe can be fun and stimulating.
Many designers have been using sadism and masochism as inspiration for their collection way before suburban soccer moms were reading about it in a bestselling book. Here are a few new and seasoned design houses who have taken BDSM from the bedroom to the runway.
Zana Bayne
New York based designer, Zana Bayne handcrafted leather harnesses accentuate the female form, while giving sexy, subtle bondage undertones.  
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Giles Deacon
Many pieces of Giles Deacon‘s 2011 Spring collection were dark, haunting and fetish-like. With lots of black and firm bondage dresses the collection screams “safe word”. 
Giles Deacon Show, Autumn Winter 2011, London Fashion Week, London, Britain - 21 Feb 2011

Alexander McQueen

Alexander McQueen’s collection have always been very avant-garde and almost borderline costumes. The fashion house isn’t new to BDSM inspired clothing. Remember those crazy Armadillo heels that mimic ballet boots? Mcqueens Spring 2012 line included lace masks, strappy heels and black corset type dresses.

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Chromat 
Chromat pieces are unique because they’re like wearing undergarments on the outside, but not in the “Madonna’s cone bra” way. Each creation is an exoskeleton that structures the body. Great worn alone or on top of clothing, Chromat pieces are very strong looking and give true dominatrix vibe.
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